A Kiss is still…an osculatory apposition of the orbicularis oris and levator labii muscles with posterior involvement of the sternocleidomastoids, commonly in a dexterous orientation.
—Onur Gunturkun of Ruhr
I saw in two dreams…
The first kiss, like that of friends,
merely a meeting of lips.
Even an accident, maybe..?
A gentle touching, nothing more.
The second, a dance of tongues,
sucking and thrusting in the bold
undulations of passions only
known in dreams—
Then decelerating into a
Each dream, so much more than a kiss.
Each kiss, I pray, more than a dream.